Ramey Sector, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Money Seizure


Ramey Sector, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Money Seizure?

Ramey Sector of the United States Border Patrol, has only one station with an area of responsibility that extends 12 miles out from the shoreline to the US territorial water limits, and includes 730-shore border miles, throughout Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. The Ramey Border Patrol Sector is the newest of the United States Border Patrol’s twenty-one Sectors spread out across the United States. Encompassing the U.S. territorial islands of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, it is the only Border Patrol Sector located outside the continental United States. The Sector’s entire border area is made up of coastline and its area of responsibility is made up of some 6,000 square miles of land and water area, including the twelve-mile band of territorial water surrounding the Islands. The Ramey Sector was established in 1987 to combat the rising tide of illegal aliens arriving from the Dominican Republic located some 90 miles to the west on the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with Haiti. The population of Puerto Rico nears four million, and an additional 100,000 residents reside in the Virgin Islands.

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